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  • as inname
  • as insurname

synonyms for patronymic

  • brand
  • flag
  • label
  • nickname
  • sign
  • signature
  • style
  • term
  • agnomen
  • alias
  • appellation
  • autograph
  • cognomen
  • denomination
  • designation
  • epithet
  • eponym
  • handle
  • head
  • heading
  • matronymic
  • moniker
  • monogram
  • namesake
  • pseudonym
  • rubric
  • sobriquet
  • surname
  • tag
  • agname
  • autonym
  • compellation
  • nom de guerre
  • nom de plume
  • nomen
  • pen name
  • pet name
  • place name
  • prenomen
  • proper name
  • stage name
  • trade name
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    How to use patronymic in a sentence

    In many cases indeed there is good reason for doubting whether the name is a patronymic at all.
    ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 4, PART 3VARIOUS
    The unlucky individual whom she addressed with his Christian name and patronymic knew that a storm was impending.
    THE PRECIPICEIVAN GONCHAROV
    Reference has already been made to the prevalence of Colombo as a patronymic in Genoa and the neighboring country at that time.
    CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS AND HOW HE RECEIVED AND IMPARTED THE SPIRIT OF DISCOVERYJUSTIN WINSOR
    In doing so, the patronymic, which the person originating the name bore, was adopted as the surname.
    A HISTORY OF THE CITY OF BROOKLYN AND KINGS COUNTY VOLUME IISTEPHEN M. OSTRANDER
    But to what class are we to refer the settlements represented by the local names with the supposed patronymic suffix?
    THE ENGLISH VILLAGE COMMUNITYFREDERIC SEEBOHM
    We now pass to the more direct consideration of the local names with the supposed patronymic suffix.
    THE ENGLISH VILLAGE COMMUNITYFREDERIC SEEBOHM
    They were planted in the district of the Tricassi round Troyes and Langres, and here again there are numerous patronymic names.
    THE ENGLISH VILLAGE COMMUNITYFREDERIC SEEBOHM
    Ole Gravdal dropped the latter name and used the patronymic Gulack.
    A HISTORY OF NORWEGIAN IMMIGRATION TO THE UNITED STATES : FROM THE EARLIEST BEGINNING DOWN TO THE YEAR 1848GEORGE TOBIAS FLOM
    It is to be remembered that as a patronymic Τελαμώνιος is an Aeolic formation.
    THE HEROIC AGEH. MUNRO CHADWICK
    Indeed the patronymic is nearly always derived from the name of the father.
    THE HEROIC AGEH. MUNRO CHADWICK
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    OCTOBER 26, 1985
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